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The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago
120 E. Delaware Place
Sweet Indulgences with the Chocolate Treatments
Indulge your senses and your sweet tooth with one of the delicious and luxurious Chocolate Spa treatments at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago. From a Chocolate Chip Mint Scrub to a Swiss Chocolate and Caramel Wrap and a Deep Chocolate Massage to the sinful Chocolate Decadence Package, there's a treatment to satisfy most every chocolate craving. No matter which experience you choose, savor it with a chocolate martini and chocolate truffles served in our relaxation lounge.
Chocolate Chip Mint Sugar Scrub. Exfoliate your skin with chocolate and essential oils of mint that revitalize and soothe. The sugar locks in moisture and exfoliates while reducing the common signs of aging. 50-minutes, $135.
Swiss Chocolate and Caramel Wrapping. Wrap yourself in decadence with this treatment that repairs the harsh effects of Old Man Winter. After the wrap, a moisturizer is applied for all-day protection. Your head-to-toe, luxurious chocolate experience ends with a therapeutic, light massage. 80 minutes, $185.
The Deep Chocolate Massage. This massage combines the benefits of aromatherapy cocoa oil and sweet orange blossom with the comforting strokes of a deep relaxation massage. 55 minutes, $140.
Chocolate-Dipped Oranges Manicure and Pedicure. Prepare you fingers and toes for all of your holiday soirées with this treatment that includes a luxurious orange sugar scrub, a chocolate orange masque and a stimulating massage with orange blossom cream. Manicure, $55; Pedicure, $85.
The Chocolate Decadence Package. The three-hour experience is almost sinful as it combines the Chocolate Chip Mint Sugar Scrub with the Swiss Chocolate and Caramel Wrapping and the Deep Chocolate Massage. The package culminates with a chocolate martini and chocolate truffles served in the Spa's tranquil Relaxation Lounge. The three-hour package is available for $300.
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